Eleanora Famous Quotes & Sayings

15 Eleanora Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Anyone who presumes to teach art has no understanding of it.Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: Anyone who presumes to teach art has no understanding of it.
she wants to give her Rusheen, she wants to go out home just for the day and go back to the same solicitor that she has already been to and make a new will giving her Rusheen. "There's no hurry," Eleanora says. "But you love it, don't you?" "Yes, I love it." "Then it's decided . . . go downstairs to the matron and tell her we're going out for the day. . . " Eleanora looks rapidly and frantically aboutEdna O'Brien Eleanora Sayings By Edna O'Brien: she wants to give her Rusheen, she wants to go out home just for the
All that I have to offer as an artist is the revelation of my soulEleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: All that I have to offer as an artist is the revelation of my soul
To save the Theatre, the Theatre must be destroyed, and actors and actresses all die of the Plague ... they make art impossible.Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: To save the Theatre, the Theatre must be destroyed, and actors and actresses all die
Ibsen is like this room where we are sitting, with all the tables and chairs. Do I care whether you have twenty or twenty-five links on your chain? Hedda Gabler, Nora and the rest: it is not that I want! I want Rome and the Coliseum, the Acropolis, Athens; I want beauty, and the flame of life.Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: Ibsen is like this room where we are sitting, with all the tables and chairs.
If I were twenty or thirty years younger, I would start afresh in this field with the certainty of accomplishing much. But I should have to learn from the bottom up, forgetting the theatre entirely and concentrating on the special medium of this new art. My mistake, and that of many others, lay in employing "theatrical" techniques despite every effort to avoid them. Here is something quite, quite fresh, a penetrating form of visual poetry, an untried exponent of the human soul. Alas, I am too old for it!Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: If I were twenty or thirty years younger, I would start afresh in this field
First one works alone through the mind, then before the public through experience.Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: First one works alone through the mind, then before the public through experience.
I have the greatest of all riches: that of not desiring them.Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: I have the greatest of all riches: that of not desiring them.
I use everything that I pick up in my memory, and everything that vibrates in my soul.Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: I use everything that I pick up in my memory, and everything that vibrates in
We should return to the Greeks, play in the open air: the drama dies of stalls and boxes and evening dress, and people who come to digest their dinner.Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: We should return to the Greeks, play in the open air: the drama dies of
Interpretation is the evidence of growth and knowledge, the latter through sorrow ? that great teacher.Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: Interpretation is the evidence of growth and knowledge, the latter through sorrow ? that great
I tell you a secret about Chopin, piano is his best friend. More. He tells piano all his secrets." - piano teacher Eleanora Sivan.Anna Goldsworthy Eleanora Sayings By Anna Goldsworthy: I tell you a secret about Chopin, piano is his best friend. More. He tells
Does it seem to you that it is possible to speak of Art? It would be the same as explaining love!Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: Does it seem to you that it is possible to speak of Art? It would
Precepts, conventions - above all traditions - have no value in art.Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: Precepts, conventions - above all traditions - have no value in art.
Work means so many things! So many! Among other things, work also means freedom ... Without it even the miracle of love is only a cruel deception.Eleanora Duse Eleanora Sayings By Eleanora Duse: Work means so many things! So many! Among other things, work also means freedom ...